It isn't often that someone gets to interview one of their idols - but recently, I was lucky enough to talk to the man (OK, fine, dog), the myth and the legend himself: Snoopy. Or at least the man who plays him in First Stage's "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
Snoopy, the friendly and good natured beagle created by Charles M. Schulz in his Charlie Brown comic strip, is wonderfully portrayed by Matt Daniels iin "A Charlie Brown Christmas," at First Stage.
It was over six decades ago that Charles Schulz put pen to paper and created the Peanuts comic strip, featuring a mixed bag of kids who tumbled through life clutching blankets, sucking thumbs, playing tricks and staying kids. They are all grown up, however, in the dark play "Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead," the final play of the season for Splinter Group.
Channel 12 wants people across southeast Wisconsin to submit digital photos and video of their lives as they lived it on Friday... A Kenosha-born chef makes "Top Chef Masters" ... And Jimmy Kimmel has some Valentine's Day fun with Snoopy and the gang.